Community Tip of the Day: Write from your best place (or sing, or dance)

Where do you begin when you show people who you are? In a previous post I mentioned briefly how people construct a sense of you – your Internet presence – on things as little as 140 characters in a twitter tweet. This can be extended to a 90-second podcast, a 500-word blog post, or your…

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Community Tip of the Day: Everything in Moderation

Let’s face it; everyone in America loves, but not in moderation. Fame? More of that. Money? Second heapin’ helping please. Cool gadgets? Yeah I have two phones but I need to get another one. Make sure it has an “i” or an “e” at the beginning, that’s more Web 3.0. But social media applications need moderation. And…

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Community Tip of the Day: Commanding Presence

One amazing thing about the Internet is that no one knows you are a dog. More than that, you can fool the Internet into thinking you are two dogs — or three dogs, or just a hyperactive cat with a twitter account. In the last community tip I talked about having the right attitude, being…

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Community Tip of the Day: Little Emails Move Big Mountains

A few weeks ago I was in Las Vegas (Vegas BABY!) speaking at a CEA Industry Forum panel on Web 2.0 and social media. My comrades were leading lights, and I was honored to be there (they kept mistaking me for the VP of Comcast, which was flattering to me if completely incorrect as per my minion role)…  Moderator:…

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